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Scorpion

Neptune

Horizon X

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ACCESSORIES

Square escutcheon

Oval nozzle

Normal nozzle

Yale nozzle

Toilet cove

Emergency release

Toilet cove

A-Class Line

Emergency release

A-Class Line

Toilet cove

Horizon X Line

Emergency release

Horizon X Line

WINDOW HANDLES

Lumina

Scorpion

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OTHER PRODUCTS.

Grab bars - Lever - recessed - for furniture

X-Trend is not just handles.
Customizing products to meet the specific technical needs of different markets is the essence of our organization.

Lumina

Pull handle

Horizon X

Pull handle

Scorpion

Pull handle

Flush pull

Recessed handle
for sliding

Lever edge pull

Pull handle
in sliding rebate

Rotary edge pull

Rotary edge pull for slidings

Montana

Furniture handle

SPECIAL FINISHES

PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) treatment is a vacuum coating process used to deposit a thin layer of material on a surface. This process involves the vaporization of solid material in the form of a thin film, which is deposited on the surface of an object in a vacuum chamber.

Benefits of PVD treatment include:

  • Improvements in surface properties: PVD coating can improve the surface properties of objects, such as hardness, wear resistance and corrosion resistance.
  • Aesthetics: PVD treatment is often used to give objects an aesthetic finish, offering a range of metallic colors and finishes.
  • Friction reduction: By applying thin layers of specialized materials, PVD treatment can reduce friction and improve the performance of mechanical parts.
  • Increased durability: Adding a protective layer through PVD can increase the durability of items such as tools, mechanical components, and cutting tools.
  • Technology applications: PVD treatment is widely used in the electronics industry and microelectronic device manufacturing to improve the performance and durability of components.
  • Extremely eco-friendly: compared with some other coating processes, PVD is considered a more environmentally friendly method because it is carried out in a vacuum environment, reducing the emission of pollutants.

In general, PVD treatment has applications in a wide range of industries, including the automotive industry, the tool industry, electronics, construction, and many others, due to its many advantages.

In our applications, it is of particular interest to recall both corrosion resistance and increased surface hardness.

In the first case, the corrosion resistance offered by a PVD coating depends on the specific type of material used in the process. However, in general, PVD coatings are known to significantly improve the corrosion resistance of treated surfaces. Some materials commonly used in PVD coatings, such as titanium nitride (TiN), chromium nitride (CrN), and other compounds, offer excellent anti-corrosion properties.

The benefits of corrosion resistance come from the coating’s ability to create a protective barrier on the surface of the treated object. This barrier can protect the underlying material from corrosive agents such as moisture, harsh chemicals, and other elements that can cause damage.

It is important to note that corrosion resistance may vary depending on environmental conditions, type of exposure and the base material of the treated object. For example, in highly corrosive maritime or industrial applications, it may be necessary to use specific PVD coatings designed to withstand such aggressive environments.

In the case of increased hardness, we can say that PVD treatment is known to impart significant hardness to the surface of treated objects. Typically, PVD coatings, such as titanium nitride (TiN) or chromium nitride (CrN), can achieve high levels of hardness on the Vickers scale that reach over 1800HV, this suggests that this value, represents a significant improvement over what can be achieved with traditional chrome or nickel plating treatments. Artifacts treated by this method will be less susceptible to scoring, denting, accidental bumps, and wear and tear over time.

A19 - BHB
A10

POLISH

B19 - BHB
B19

MATT

C19 - BHB
C19

SATIN

A35 - CHAMPAGNE
A35 - CHAMPAGNE

POLISH

B35 - CHAMPAGNE
B35 - CHAMPAGNE

MATT

C35 - CHAMPAGNE
C35 - CHAMPAGNE

SATIN

A20 - INOX
A20

POLISH

B20 - INOX
B20

MATT

C20 - INOX
C20

SATIN

A50 - NICKEL
A50

POLISH

B50 - NICKEL
B50

MATT

C50 - NICKEL
C50

SATINED

A60 - ICE CHROME
A60

POLISH

B60 - ICE CHROME
B60

MATT

C60 - ICE CHROME
C60

SATINED

A70 - PLUM
A70

POLISH

B70 - PLUM
B70

MATT

C70 - PLUM
C70

SATIN

A75 - RAME
A75

POLISH

B75 - RAME
B75

MATT

C75 - RAME
C75

SATIN

A80 - ANTHRACITE
A80

POLISH

B80 - ANTHRACITE
B80

MATT

C80 - ANTHRACITE
C80

SATIN

A85 - GRAPHITE
A85

POLISH

B85 - GRAPHITE
B85

MATT

C85 - GRAPHITE
C85

SATIN

X-Trend on demand

As in the process of developing a handcrafted item, in X-Trend the guidelines are defined by the client himself who, according to his own creative flair or based on specific needs, has the freedom to completely customize the product, with the difference being that advanced technologies are available for its realization.

The result is handles and hardware for furniture, doors and windows that make a Client’s design a reality.